Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:

"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET

Time is running out, as well as options, for Terri Schiavo (search). Do Schiavo's spiritual supporters still believe they can save her life? We'll ask Jim Pinto, pastoral associate for PriestsForLife.org.

The judge in the Michael Jackson trial delivers a big blow to the defense by ruling that jurors will hear past allegations against the pop star. Can Jackson's defense team overcome this setback? We'll get the legal lowdown from criminal defense attorney, David Schwartz.

"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

Reverend Jesse Jackson (search) is trying to sway some members of the Florida Senate to reverse their vote on the Terri Schiavo case. Will they listen? We'll hear from Senator Gary Siplin, D-Fla., who spoke with Reverend Jackson Tuesday.

Then, both sides say they want an autopsy performed on Terri Schiavo after she passes away. But will the procedure conclusively prove the extent of her brain damage? Dr. Larry Kobilinsky, professor of forensic science at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, responds.

Plus, some people believe Michael Schiavo abused his wife, Terri Schiavo. Will we ever know the truth? Heidi Law, a former nurse for Terri, claims what she saw and heard was very disturbing. She joins us from Pinnelas Park, Florida.

And, the 2005 Major League Baseball Season is just around the corner. But will the steroid scandal overshadow a predicted dynamic season? We'll ask baseball great Cal Ripken Jr. and his brother, Bill Ripken.

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